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There aren't too many cities in the world that offer Vancouver's
combination of big-city lifestyle and outdoor fun in such cheek-by-jowl
proximity. Ski in the morning, sail in the afternoon, and ...
Elegant Victoria is the stately capital of British Columbia. Still steeped in its English roots, it has beautiful gardens and fine colonial architecture, lovely views over its harbour, and the ...
If you’re interested in winter activities, Whistler is your place. From skiing and snowboarding to fondue on top of the mountain, there are plenty of things to do, and the town itself has a jumping ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2012
If you’re in Vancouver this holiday season, take a few days to get out of the city and see some of the best scenery in British Columbia by spending some time in Whistler—Canada’s famous getaway for ...
For those wanting to experience one of Vancouver‘s most vibrant and diverse outdoor offerings, VanDusen Botanical Garden is a worthwhile way to spend the day. Located in South Vancouver, the ...
Although in 1932 you’d find a Coroner’s Courtroom, morgue and autopsy
facility here on Cordova Street (Errol Flynn was once picked apart on
the top floor), nowadays it’s the much more ...
Step inside the world’s largest building and take a tour of the planes of the future! The Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Factory Tour is in Snohomish County, only two hours away from ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, January 2012
The University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver is home to, among other things, one of the most famous museums in Canada – a museum that just doubled in size in 2008 and has more ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
If you’re not a fan of heights, fast-moving rivers, or swaying bridges, this may not be the right attraction for you!
What began in the late 1880′s as a cedar plank held up by hemp rope –
Named after the Blue Grouse birds hunted by hikers over a hundred years ago, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver 's
most popular attraction, with over a million visitors annually. It also
hosts North ...
Written by David W, United Kingdom, January 2012
You’d have to be of a particularly warped disposition – perhaps with a
phobia of grass or a deep-rooted hatred of trees – to dislike Stanley Park . In many ways, it sums up everything that ...
In China 's Ming
Dynasty (1368-1644), elite scholars would spend most of the day in their
intricately designed gardens, using these spaces for both work and
contemplation. The philosophy behind ...
For those visiting Vancouver, the Vancouver Maritime Museum is a worthwhile attraction for learning about Canada‘s maritime history, culture and industry.Opened in 1959 and located in Vanier Park, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2012
The capital of British Columbia , Victoria is very much worth the trip out from Vancouver , which is only about 100 km (62 miles) away.
One of the most famous reasons to head to Vancouver ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2012
Like any major city, Vancouver
cannot be ‘seen’ in a day, or even a week. But if you find yourself in
the city and you have a day to spare—one day only—here are some ideas
for how to make the ...
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Doing what: The Royal Carriage Tour